About this webinar:
As we lean ever further into a distributed work-from-home model, the relevance of perimeter security continues to fade. Many organisations are now adopting the Zero Trust mentality of “never trust, always verify” to segment internal networks and prevent the spread of breaches.
Analyse a business network and you’ll likely see applications, data-centre locations and public cloud environments talking to each other that shouldn’t be, providing pathways for bad actors to navigate. When company networks are made easier to access by remote workers on home networks and devices, it’s as important as it’s ever been to adopt Zero Trust technology and strategies to minimise the spread of malware and prying eyes.
This webinar, and dedicated research, takes a look at the cyber security strategies, budgets, and technology of organisations today – gauging their confidence in them, current adoption levels of Zero Trust approaches (and plans for the future), and how successful Zero trust strategies have been in minimising cyber security risks and reducing costs.
Does the answer to today’s cyber security challenges lie in a simple policy generator workflow, leaving networks, switches and firewalls alone in favour of the enforcement points you already have?